Mixed Reaction as Nigerian Comedian, AY asks Whether It's Normal for Baby Cat to Feed on Dog Milk
By Thepams.hub | self meida writer
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Nigerian Ace Comedian and Actor, Ayo Makun, popularly known as AY few minutes ago shared a Photo of a little cat feeding on a Dog's Milk on his Facebook page. The most followed comedian in Africa asked his fans whether it's Normal for a cat to Feed on a Dog's Milk.
I believe that the reason why they comedian Asked whether it's Normal is because Animals only drink the milk of their mother, which is also the same type of Animal. But a little Animal drinking the milk of a different animal is abnormal. As seen from the above photo, the Dog is comfortable lying down while the little cat is drinking it's milk.
Few moments after the legendary Comedian Shared the post, many fans have answered his question, with majority of them, stating that the country is very hard and anything or anybody will certainly eat any food available to sustain their live.
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